Turn on closed captioning since this isn’t from ‘Merica where we would never be fooled. Right?

  1. Rich from Philly says:

    Why did Dvorak abandon this blog?

  2. Euthenasia is for Everyone! says:

    “Organic” — PLEASE!

    Your shit is organic but I don’t think you’d want to eat that (either).

    All this concern about food being “organic” and thus somehow more safe is getting a bit tiring to listen to when we don’t give a crap about the real things that are more likely to kill us — like the tons of pollutants we spew into the air with our cars/trucks/lawn mowers/etc. The over use of chemicals alone that we apply on everything we ever even touch may be why you just grew your third tumor! But you want safe “organic” food? Such stupidity! It’s like worrying about catching ebola on a plane at 30,000 feet that just lost all of it’s gas or worrying about clean drinking water inside a nuclear reactor!

    Clearly, no one wants to develop cancer, and food causing it may be a real concern. But food caused cancer is hardly even an issue when there are people who willingly consume the same horrible dietary items on a near hourly basis. Most of these cancer mills we call people would rather drink (poisonous) soda pop by the gallon rather than a glass of water. It’s like they avoid eating apples, carrots or anything else they know would be better for them and always opt for that hamburger (that may not even be real beef). So it’s NOT the food! Yet, this concern about growing “organic” food is like making sure it was grown in dirt or something — what the fuck else would it be grown in? COME ON! Though, here’s a hint: try looking at the DIRT!

    … And is there any really any mystery why these cow consuming couch potato humans are so fat?! Do you really need to (waste money to) study this one too?

    I say, leave them alone. If you think all American’s have a right to the pursuit of happiness then you owe it to them to let them consume those hamburgers that will kill them by age 50. Psssst! They’re doing us a favor by (thinning the herd and) exiting the planetary ecosystem when they die off like that.

  3. Peppeddu says:

    This is nice wake up call for something that I haven’t thought about.

    Just because something taste good, doesn’t mean it’s healthy, and nowadays we have the ability to make, literally, anything taste good.

  4. MikeN says:

    Most of the food at farmer’s markets is just bought at a wholesale store and then sold by people who realized they can make lots of money by putting on some overalls and fooling the liberals.

  5. Stan Augustyniewicz says:

    I guess it’s not just Americans who are morons with respect to believing anything you tell them…

    • Tim says:

      “”I guess it’s not just Americans

      What the fuck do you know?? Nobody sees past the streetlights. Nobody,.

      • jpfitz says:

        “Nobody sees past the streetlights. Nobody.”

        I like that one. So true.

  6. BigBoyBC says:

    I seem to recall Penn abs Teller doing a program like this a few years ago

    • jpfitz says:

      Here ya go, and what did David Hannum say about P. T. Barnum’s customers.

      My take is that organic will most times not look as appealing and even taste less sweet or juicy because the farmer is fighting nature (weeds and pests) without petrochemicals.


      Monsanto’s roundup weed killer is not healthy no matter what the FDA says. Organic may be better for you if you can afford it.

  7. deowll says:

    In chemistry the word organic means something. With food it normally means a fool and their money are soon parted. You want food grown like they did in 1600 the only way you can be sure you are getting it is to raise it yourself and even then are a lot of ways to be wrong.


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